DSC unveils the newly improved Moray Class Dredge

For over twenty years, DSC Dredge’s Moray Class dredge design has remained the same with only minor enhancements made within the last decade.

Uniquely offering a swinging ladder configuration along with an efficient submerged dredge pump, the Moray was designed by DSC engineers to be both highly productive and transportable. It excels in promoting the environmental dredging industry trend of pumping low flow rates with higher-percent solids.

Leading the way with new technology and designs, DSC has once more raised the bar with its newly improved design to its Moray Class dredge.

The newly improved Moray Class dredge is manufactured for both higher regulated countries requiring Tier 4 or Stage 5 emission engines and lesser regulated regions that do not have these requirements. It can also handle all of DSC Dredge’s newest technology, like the Walking Spud Carriages.

DSC’s Walking Spud Carriage apparatus, better known as “spud gliders”, allows seamless forward or reverse dredge positioning without ever losing contact with the bottom.

Each of the four spuds individually and automatically repositions itself after stepping which allows for almost uninterrupted excavation. This leads to much greater throughput with much lower operator fatigue.

For more information about the new and improved Moray Class dredges, please click here.

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